Here's how Dwayne Johnson responded when asked about gorilla giving middle finger in 'Rampage' by 2 kids
The kid tells Johnson, "In Rampage, your Gorilla sticks out a middle finger." Upon hearing this, Johnson and the others nearby burst out laughing and he tells the kids, "Yes, the Gorilla did stick up the middle finger. But you shouldn't do that!"
Actor Dwayne Johnson is currently shooting for the upcoming installment of 'Jumanji' in Hawaii. The actor met his fans outside the sets Monday and posted a heartwarming video where one of the fans is seen speaking to him on a call. The fan has been deployed to serve abroad and Johnson is seen wishing him luck and also inviting him to drop by the sets. While that is an endearing thing to do, what was delightful was the two kids that he met during this informal greet who talk to him about a scene in his recent film 'Rampage'.
The kid tells Johnson, "In Rampage, your Gorilla sticks out a middle finger." Upon hearing this, Johnson and the others nearby burst out laughing and tells the kids, "Yes, the Gorilla did stick up the middle finger. But you shouldn't do that!"
He posted a video of the meet and greet on Instagram and captioned it, "Came out to say hello to fans who were waiting outside our set in Hawaii - met a military family who’s Papa Bear is being deployed for 7 months. That’s a looong time for a man to be away from his family. My 💪🏾goes out. Eventually, he made his way to set and I had a chance to shake his hand and thank him for his service. Check out little man at the end who just saw my movie Rampage and apparently loved my gorilla, George 🦍🖕🏾😂 giving me the middle finger. #OnSet #Jumanjj #BestFansInTheWorld #BestPartOfMyJob".
Johnson is currently working on multiple projects including 'Jumanji 2'. He will next be seen in the 'Fast and Furious' spinoff 'Hobbs and Shaw'. The second trailer of the movie is expected to drop April 19. There are also talks of the actor playing the role of Black Adam in a DC superhero movie, which will see him lock horns with 'Shazam.'